15 December 2021 By GO Markets


Trading terms glossary


Net change
Net change refers to the difference between the closing price of the current trading session and the closing price of the previous trading session. This can be positive or negative, and simply represents whether a market is up or down compared to the previous day.

Net income
Net income is the total amount of profit made by an organization after all expenses, depreciation, amortization, interest, taxes etc. are deducted from it’s gross income.

The NIKKEI index is the leading 225 stocks traded on Tokyo’s Stock Exchange.

Non-current assets
Non-current assets are company’s long-term investments of which the full value will not be realized during the current accounting year, such as land holdings.

Non-farm payrolls
Non-farm payrolls gives monthly statistics describing number of people who are employed in construction, manufacturing and goods companies in the US. Also referred to as NFP’s.
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